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Being Ignored Can Be a Blessing, by Robert Gore

The largest infrastructure project in the world is China’s One Belt, One Road (OBOR) initiative, often referred to as the New Economic Silk Road. This effort spearheads the economic integration of the physical center of the world: the contiguous nations from China across Southeast and Central Asia, Russia, Belarus, Iran, and Turkey. 1,181 more words

Foreign Policy

Trump to focus this week on trade, immigration

WASHINGTON – Reince Priebus, White House chief of staff, is saying that President Donald Trump's first full week in office will include action on trade, … 11 more words


George Maggs: The reason at the heart of anxiety about mass immigration

Immigration never seems to shift far from the headlines. In Theresa May's excellent speech on Brexit last week, the primary reason she gave for not … 13 more words


A Red, White and Blue, Hard, Soft, Eggs-over-Easy Brexit

By Jamie Grant

It’s been a winter of discontent for the PM. Union strikes, a collapse of NHS Ambulance services, a Civil Service in disarray and revolt, more types of Brexit favoured and mentioned than McDonald’s breakfast options. 533 more words


Es riß! (Notes on everything)

When Trump was sworn in as President yesterday it started to rain on the Capitol Hill, raining on the modest throng of snowflakes and deplorables, clustered on the first five segments of white tarpaulin, not even reaching the Smithsonian Information Centre, so far as I could tell. 2,524 more words

My Race, Coast to Coast: Part 1

I designed this series because I thought it’d be interesting to glimpse stories from around the globe. But I found myself feeling almost apologetic writing my own; I didn’t consider my tale really worth telling. 1,304 more words


Why the Labour lies show UKIP can win in Stoke

Following the resignation of Labour MP Tristram Hunt in Stoke-on-Trent, UKIP announced yesterday (21st January) that new party leader, Paul Nuttall MEP, will be our candidate in the subsequent byelection. 1,666 more words

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